16 septembrie 2008

FC Bayern Munchen despre meciul cu Steaua

Lyon top but Fiorentina flop
Steaua Bucharest geared up for FCB

On the eve of this term’s Champions League campaign, fcb.de has checked the form of Bayern’s Group F opponents Steaua Bucharest, Olympique Lyon and AC Fiorentina.
Twenty-three times Romanian champions Steaua warmed up nicely for Wednesday’s Champions League opener at home to the German double winners with a convincing 4-1 win away to Farul Constanta. Seven games into the domestic league season, the Bucharest giants lie second in the standings on 16 points, two behind early leaders AFC Unirea Urziceni.
The men from the Romanian capital surged into the lead on the half-hour with two goals in as many minutes from Antonio Semedo and Bogdan Stancu. Constanta right-back Cosmin Bacila was then dismissed on 35 minutes, allowing Steaua to ease back and set the pace at will, before a furious last few minutes featuring goals from Pantelis Kapetanos (89) and a stoppage-time Ianos Szekely penalty, with Dragan Gosici netting a consolation for the home team in the 90th minute.
Steaua captain Mirel Radoi failed to feature in the line-up sent out by coach Marius Lacatus. Local press reports suggest the influential midfielder is likely to miss the midweek Bayern clash with a hamstring injury. Of the players who did appear, Munich will have taken special note of U-21 international Stancu, a pacy and technically able striker now boasting a tally of five goals this term.

Lyon reclaim top spot
In France, serial champions Olympique Lyon returned to the top of Ligue 1 on Matchday 5 in dramatic fashion, overturning a two-goal deficit at home to OGC Nice before grabbing a last-minute winner and displacing previous leaders Olympique Marseille, held 1-1 by Girondins Bordeaux. Bamogo (3) and Bemy (20) handed Nice a shock lead, but Juninho (39, 73) brought the scores level, before superstar striker Karim Benzema netted a last-minute penalty to seal Lyon’s fourth win of the campaign.
The second matchday in Italy saw Luca Toni’s former club Fiorentina slip to a 2-1 defeat away to SSC Napoli. A 21,400 crowd at the Stadio San Paolo watched as Adrian Mutu handed the visitors a 40th-minute lead, but Marek Hamsik (48) and Christian Maggio (71) won it for the home side after half-time. Fiorentina lie 15th in the Serie A table with a single point from their two fixtures so far.

Sursa: www.fcbayern.t-home.de


Marcel spunea...

Eu astept si un comentariu asupra partidei de asta-seara! Un meci vazut prin ochii unei femei!

Ireena spunea...

:D Sa stii ca aveam de gand sa fac asta, dar nu vreau sa-mi transform blogul intr-unul sportiv, asa ca m-am abtinut.

Oricum, spre rusinea mea aseara am adormit prin minutul 70 si muream de somn inca de la inceputul partidei, desi a fost una foarte frumoasa si mi-as fi dorit sa o vad pana la capat. Deci nu ar fi fost un comentariu prea avizat :D.

Tot ce pot sa spun este ca mie nu mi-a venit sa cred ca o echipa romaneasca poate sa joace atat de frumos. Au meritat pe deplin victoria. Sunt curioasa cum va evolua Steaua in seara asta.

indieadds spunea...

vreau sa-ti vad sectiunea cu politica editoriala. :P

Lucian spunea...

din pacate am vazut cum a evoluat steaua aseara

Anonim spunea...

dono.ro.....:D N-are legatura cu topicul, but I think you might like it;)

Ireena spunea...

@Indieadds Neee. Sunt prea lenesa sa o fac. Dar, te rog, daca ai idei, do share :D.

@Lucian Da... se putea mult mai bine. Si din pacate am pierdut nu din cauza ca Bayern Munchen au fost prea tari ci pentru ca nu am fost noi in stare sa finalizam. Oh well.

@Anonim Da. Multumesc pentru link :).

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